| Friday 31 Mar ||Venue||Time||Price|
|Gerr Walsh, Dan Bodwell, Max Greenwood |
An evening of live music to celebrate Gerr Walsh's recently recorded ‘Prevailing Winds’ EP. A frequent open mic performer in Dublin City, Gerr's melodic, acoustic songs look to Americana through a lens of Indie-pop sensibility, drawing on influences like Tom Waits, Ron Sexsmith and Nick Drake. He will be joined on stage by Dan Bodwell on double bass and Max Greenwood on keyboards.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||9pm ||€12 (€10)|
| Friday 7 Apr ||Venue||Time||Price|
Greenshine is a family trio comprising Noel Shine, Mary Greene and their daughter Ellie. Their material straddles the boundaries of contemporary, folk and roots ...“This is a gorgeous album ~ the Sound of a Family immersed in music, tight in harmony, in love with song. Shine on Greenshine.”.....Christy Moore. Lots of well deserved air play for their latest single "The girl in the lavender dress".
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||9pm ||€15 (€13)|
| Friday 28 Apr ||Venue||Time||Price|
|Chip Taylor & John Platania |
Chip Taylor was born Jamie Wesley Voight. He is the brother of actor Jon Voight and hence the uncle of Angelia Jolie and James Haven.Chip is best known as a songwriter having penned many hits for the likes of Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin, Dusty Springfield and Frank Sinatra."Wild Thing" and "Angel of the Morning" are his best known songs.
John Platania is a well-known session musician, guitar player, and record producer. Most known for his work with Van Morrison, beginning on Moondance, and most recently on 2016's Keep Me Singing. He played on several albums for Chip Taylor and from 1974 through 1982, he recorded and or performed with Randy Newman, Bonnie Raitt and Judy Collins.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||8.30pm ||€18 (€16)|
| Sunday 30 Apr ||Venue||Time||Price|
|Mick Hanly |
Mick Hanly is one of Ireland's finest singer/songwriters and is best known for his song 'Past the Point of Rescue' made famous by Hal Ketchum in the USA and Mary Black in Ireland. Mick has been singing and writing since the 1970's, which included a time as lead singer with "Moving Hearts".
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||9pm ||€20 (€17)|
| Friday 12 May ||Venue||Time||Price|
|Double bill featuring duo Brian Finnegan & Sean Og Graham + The Fitzgeralds. |
Brian Finnegan is widely regarded as one of the true pioneers in Irish music. Front man with the legendary Flook for over 13 years
SEÁN ÓG GRAHAM is one of Ireland’s most dynamic button accordion players. He has achieved numerous All-Ireland titles and is also a gifted, self-taught guitarist and founding member of Beoga.
The Fitzgeralds are a family group consisting of fiddling and step dancing sensations - Tom, Kerry & Julie Fitzgerald. From Canada’s renowned Ottawa Valley, this unique act features high-energy fiddling and mind-blowing step dancing.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||9pm ||€17 (€15)|
| Friday 19 May ||Venue||Time||Price|
|Cormac O Caoimh & support - Darragh Cullen |
Already getting lots of radio play for his song Second Hand Clothes Cormac O'Caoimh is due to release his 4th solo album “Shiny Silvery Things” on April 28th 2017 and follow it with a national tour. Intimate vocals and exquisite guitar playing has always attracted the attention of musicians & music lovers and the new album is sure to reach a wider audience. Young Dublin man Darragh Cullen (22, but already has 3 albums!) has a wonderful voice & writes meaningful & melodic songs.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||9pm ||€15 inc. CD (€12 inc. CD)|
| Friday 15 Sep ||Venue||Time||Price|
|Eric Taylor |
Details to follow.
|DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 2.||9pm ||€tbc ||